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Vince Favilla
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I want to learn about your personality! Help me collect data for some research I'm doing.

Take my survey here:
http://bit.ly/1IA87MZ

(You can do it anonymously, or let me email you your results)
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Feeling stuck? I help men with their careers and relationships.

Visit http://www.vincefavilla.com to learn more!
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3 Ways Your Brain Lies To You: http://sooniwill.be/happier/3-ways-your-brain-lies-to-you/

Please share if you enjoy this!
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4 Ways To Be Happier Today
http://sooniwill.be/happier/4-ways-to-be-happier-today/

Please re-share if you enjoy it! :)
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Can watching the news can make you sick? New research says yes

http://bit.ly/SiNzgL

"Researchers at the University of California at Irvine followed the viewing habits of American subjects before and after the events of 9/11, and found that those who watched more than four hours a day of 9/11 and Iraq War-related coverage were more likely to report both acute and post-traumatic stress symptoms over time."

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Cool article! Babies learn humor from their parents:

http://bit.ly/T8XtD8

"Children get their sense of humour from their parents as a study has found babies as young as six months learn to laugh at the same thing as their mothers and fathers."
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Sleep-deprived people fail to recall pleasant memories yet recall gloomy memories just fine.

http://bit.ly/Pix5jI

Did you get enough sleep this past weekend? :)
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5 TED Talks That Will Change Your Life

http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/5-ted-talks-that-will-change-your-life/

I definitely enjoyed these!
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How to Switch Off an Angry Person

http://bit.ly/MgHQ9J

"Here are some strategies for dealing with difficult people, organized around the main psychological premises driving their anger: fear and need for control."
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How to train your mind to remember anything:

http://bit.ly/N7mVAG

"...technologies have made our modern world possible, but they've also changed us. They've changed us culturally, and I would argue that they've changed us cognitively. Having little need to remember anymore, it sometimes seems as if we've forgotten how."

What are some techniques you use to remember day-to-day things?

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